any other accessible email client for linux?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Mon Nov 15 02:04:53 UTC 2021

They make it so complicated since uninformed users can really mess things
up.  Inside of those screens is control-g that can be pressed when on any
item and that brings up context-sensitive help.

On Sun, 14 Nov 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> Why do they make it so complicated? Wouldn't it be easier if we are put on an
> editable screen where we can just move from field to field with the tab key or
> the arrow keys? and at the end submit or save?
> I wish I knew the answer to that question. Over the years, I have come to the
> conclusion that desktops and their applications tend toward consistency,
> whereas text/terminal applications seem to thrive on inconsistency and trying
> to be as different as possible from one another.
> > I will play with it and see if I could figure it out. If I could hide the
> > chat and the calendar from thunderbird I would not try any other email
> > applications.
> I don't have chat on my Thunderbird, but I did change edit -> Preferences ->
> Chat -> when Thunderbird starts so that it now says Keep my chat accounts
> offline. I also disabled the Today Pane and the Message Pane in the view menu
> the first time I opened Thunderbird, although I no longer see any "Today Pane"
> setting in View -> Layout in Thunderbird 91, but I don't see it on my message
> window either.
> ~Kyle
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